Benefit concert featuring Christian rock band Sanctus Real
The inaugural Help, Healing and Hope Benefit Concert will be held on Sept. 21 at Venue 68, on the campus of Tulsa-Asbury, located at 6910 S. 101 E. Ave. in Tulsa.
Circle of Care provides help, healing and hope to vulnerable individuals through foster care, independent living and transitional living programs. As the second largest private foster care agency in the state, Circle of Care subcontracts with the Department of Human Services to recruit, train and support foster families. That contract provides revenue for foster care services, and the other two life-saving programs are entirely supported by charitable gifts.
Circle of Care CEO, Keith Howard says “We are serving more children, teenagers, young adults, foster families and single moms today than we ever have. With greater resources, we could do even more prevention and crisis intervention.”
All proceeds will benefit Circle of Care’s programs. Tickets start at $20 and are available online at Eventbrite or circleofcare.org. Sponsorships are also available by contacting Tucker Gibson at email@example.com.